Candice Cain

Camera: Canon R5

Lens: RF 70-200

Aperture: F 2.8

Shutter speed: 1/640

ISO: 160

Description: Two towering male Giraffes were fighting when we came upon them.

Story from behind the lens: The only way Giraffes can fight is by swinging their long necks at each other to try to gore the underside of their foe. To prevent this from happening, they stand very close to each other in a sort of checkmate type of stance. While these two look like they are the best of friends hanging out together, they were actually fighting!